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The 10 Biggest Inventory Shrinkage Mistakes You can Easily Avoid – Michael Guta

Inventory shrinkage took a heavy toll on American retailers last year, amounting to US$45.2 billion in lost revenue, a recent survey report indicates. Researchers attributed most of that to the usual suspects. Shoplifting, organized retail crime and employee theft accounted for about three-quarters of inventory shrinkage, most heavily impacting the grocery and apparel sectors. While … Continue reading The 10 Biggest Inventory Shrinkage Mistakes You can Easily Avoid – Michael Guta

Why Major Cryptocurrency Investors Are Betting Heavily Against Ethereum – Jeff Kauflin

Ethereum, the second-largest cryptocurrency platform in the world, has seen its currency plummet 36% this year. But some major crypto investors think it has more room to fall, and they're betting aggressively against it. New York-based Tetras Capital, a crypto hedge fund that launched last summer and is known for in-depth analyses of cryptocurrency prices, … Continue reading Why Major Cryptocurrency Investors Are Betting Heavily Against Ethereum – Jeff Kauflin

The 50 Largest Public Companies Exploring Blockchain – Michael del Castillo

There’s more than one way to gain exposure to blockchain innovation. Beyond buying over-the-counter products or investing directly in blockchain startups some of the largest public companies in the world are already dabbling in the tech. In fact, a closer look at this year’s Forbes Global 2000 list of the largest public companies in the … Continue reading The 50 Largest Public Companies Exploring Blockchain – Michael del Castillo

Stock Market Vs. Real Estate: The Right Approach For Passive Income Investors

For new and hopeful passive investors, most of the accessible information on the topic of the stock market versus real estate presents widely varying opinions and tends to over complicate things by assuming you have a solid education in both fields. Rather than feeling informed, this type of guidance tends to leave you in a … Continue reading Stock Market Vs. Real Estate: The Right Approach For Passive Income Investors

To Really Know The Midwest, Investors Need To Get Off The Bus

For those of you paying attention, the weather skipped spring this year and we in the Midwest find ourselves just tipping into warm temperatures. To keep from going crazy during those cold months, I would take the kids to a nearby pet store. This store has various and sundry kittens, puppies, and rodents that kids can manhandle … Continue reading To Really Know The Midwest, Investors Need To Get Off The Bus

The FIX To Thrive & Prosper – Discover The Best Investment Strategies For 2018 From Top Level Financial Experts | Online Marketing Tools

In this 259 eBook! You get the knowledge as well as the exact steps to protect and grow your wealth. PLUS you get straight to the point information and the strategies for investments that are: The Best Option to Invest In Precious Metals The Investment That is Better Than Land The Best Advice for New … Continue reading The FIX To Thrive & Prosper – Discover The Best Investment Strategies For 2018 From Top Level Financial Experts | Online Marketing Tools

Is Your Value Proposition Unique? | Content Creation, Curation, Management

We don’t call it the Unique Value Proposition for nothing. It’s got three elements: Unique Value Proposition If your value proposition is not unique, it means that you are offering the same value… Source: Is Your Value Proposition Unique? | Content Creation, Curation, Management

Putting biases to work can be a strategy for better investment decision-making

What if we treated them as the boon of billions of years of evolution? They allow us to detect patterns from few instances, to imagine things we’ve never seen, and to function robustly in a changing environment. Can we design decision-making processes that capture the benefits of human bias without the drawbacks? Read More via Putting … Continue reading Putting biases to work can be a strategy for better investment decision-making

New York’s ff Venture Capital has raised a new, $54 million fund — TechCrunch

The eight-year-old, New York-based venture firm ff Venture Capital, has raised roughly $53.8 million for its fourth seed-stage venture fund, according to an SEC filing that shows fundraising began in the fall of 2014. The firm had closed its third seed-stage fund fund in January 2014 with $52 million. Since then, ff Venture Capital has … Continue reading New York’s ff Venture Capital has raised a new, $54 million fund — TechCrunch

The investor psychology and why VCs aren’t immune — TechCrunch

One of the most oft-repeated quotes about investing goes something like this: Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful. While Warren Buffett may not have had venture capital in particular in mind when he offered up that bit of sage advice, it is a fitting way to describe the current… via … Continue reading The investor psychology and why VCs aren’t immune — TechCrunch

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